Play Frogger with real traffic and fake frogs. DirecTV pulls a bonehead move and locks out a lot of their customers from their content. Assassin's Creed may have blatantly ripped off it's content. A bicyclist uses GPS to create meta art. Man gets arrested for going through TSA checkpoint naked. A group in the U.K. try to make coding more accessible to kids. All this and this weeks Epic Fail, Oh Asia You So Crazy, and Ryder Says Things.
- 5th Ave. Frogger Lets You Play Classic Frogger With Real Time Traffic Data From 5th Avenue
- DirecTV turns on DRM, breaks peoples' home theaters
- Employers Demanding Facebook Passwords? Nope
- Sci-Fi Author Aims To Block Assassin’s Creed 3 Release, Claims It Infringes On His Copyright
- Biker Uses GPS For Line Art, Makes Baltimore His Own Personal Etch-A-Sketch
- Man Protests TSA With Nudity
- Code Club - An After School Club to teach kids how to code
- First episode of HBO's Girls on YouTube
- New Trend Brings Meaningless English Phrases to Chinese Tattoos
perspicacity - The human faculty or power to mentally grasp or understand clearly.